Just starting to learnLinux basics? Then you should not miss the ls command.
In order to understand ls command output you should know following stuff. 1) File types in Linux 2) Permissions and ownership???s of files 3) Special permissions like SUID, SGID, ACL???s, Sticky bit, SELinux. 4) Users and groups concepts 5) Inodes 6) Checking file modification times. 7) Directory structure 8) Relative and absolute paths 9) How file and folder sizes are calculated 10) Colouring scheme of types of files. 11) Linux wild cards
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